Apple 0% at John Lewis (Mac / iPad Instore on Phone)
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Apple 0% at John Lewis (Mac / iPad Instore on Phone)

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LocalFound 27th Jan
Spend a minimum of £599 on Apple Mac or iPad Pro products in store and spread the payment across 12 months interest free at John Lewos
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Accidental damage cover for extra £65-£75
John Lewis comes with a 2 year guarantee so no need for apple care

They will price match high street store with both an online and offline presence.

They will price match Laptops Direct

Offer ends 13th February

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Waiting for Apple to reduce the prices back down to their normal pre referendum level scenes as the pound has recovered...
JamesStam2 h, 12 m ago

Don't need this. I'm loaded. Cold.


If you're loaded, why do you shop at Home Bargains?
badboyofrock2 m ago

If you're loaded, why do you shop at Home Bargains?


LOL. Busted.
ket271 h, 56 m ago

Have Apple crap slowed this down as well to sell it cheaper. Does it need …Have Apple crap slowed this down as well to sell it cheaper. Does it need a battery changed for a cheaper price. I find it a bit of farce to but to have any Apple products as they are a waste of time..


Another android fan throwing his toys out of the pram thinking he is in some underground movement using different OS to iOS.Never had one issue with any of my devices. Let people buy what they want and what they got money for. I am sure there is lot of android related posts here on HUKD so perhaps you should stick to that. Sent from iPhone.(highfive)
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GOod if you want apple but you'll have to pass a credit check
Sounds
Was about to order an iPad but minimum spend £599? Guess I'll pass.

Adding heat as it's still a good deal for everything else.
Good for some however working on the Mac linked to for £1249 the actual saving is around £90 compared to just putting on an average credit card and paying monthly. (Obviously saving would be low for lower priced items)

Quick search and it can be found for over £100 less elsewhere so best just buying from on of those various sellers and avoid getting into another credit agreement?

I guess it all comes down to how much you value the 2 year warranty.
Waiting for Apple to reduce the prices back down to their normal pre referendum level scenes as the pound has recovered...
Why is it in-store? To try and upsell you I guess or flog additional warrenty?
Alansmithee17 m ago

Why is it in-store? To try and upsell you I guess or flog additional …Why is it in-store? To try and upsell you I guess or flog additional warrenty?


It'll be so that they can check you are who you say you are rather than just doing it online with a stolen credit card.
I really don't like apple products but John Lewis customer service is second to none, they don't pressure sell extra warranty like currys etc
Heat for the 0% finance, a shame the Mac specs are so cold
TWD1 h, 7 m ago

It'll be so that they can check you are who you say you are rather than …It'll be so that they can check you are who you say you are rather than just doing it online with a stolen credit card.I really don't like apple products but John Lewis customer service is second to none, they don't pressure sell extra warranty like currys etc


It's interest free credit - where does a stolen credit card feature? That answer doesn't make any sense.
A2DY_2 h, 29 m ago

Good for some however working on the Mac linked to for £1249 the actual …Good for some however working on the Mac linked to for £1249 the actual saving is around £90 compared to just putting on an average credit card and paying monthly. (Obviously saving would be low for lower priced items)Quick search and it can be found for over £100 less elsewhere so best just buying from on of those various sellers and avoid getting into another credit agreement? I guess it all comes down to how much you value the 2 year warranty.


But it won’t be cheaper if still buying on finance ie your credit card
Argos also do from 3 to 12 months interest free depending on how much you spend with argos card, check the argos link,
argos.co.uk/hel…rs/
JamesStam2 h, 12 m ago

Don't need this. I'm loaded. Cold.


If you're loaded, why do you shop at Home Bargains?
A2DY_3 h, 15 m ago

Good for some however working on the Mac linked to for £1249 the actual …Good for some however working on the Mac linked to for £1249 the actual saving is around £90 compared to just putting on an average credit card and paying monthly. (Obviously saving would be low for lower priced items)Quick search and it can be found for over £100 less elsewhere so best just buying from on of those various sellers and avoid getting into another credit agreement? I guess it all comes down to how much you value the 2 year warranty.


They may price match
JJMPSP1 h, 52 m ago

May as well delete your account now then.


Just a joke.
badboyofrock2 m ago

If you're loaded, why do you shop at Home Bargains?


LOL. Busted.
Why not just get a 0% credit card and order from the Apple store? That way you can custom order rather than be forced to choose between the off-the-shelf models.
theeran34 m ago

They may price match


Good point. However many of the cheaper places are online only so can’t be price matched by JL.
colin1008630 m ago

Why not just get a 0% credit card and order from the Apple store? That way …Why not just get a 0% credit card and order from the Apple store? That way you can custom order rather than be forced to choose between the off-the-shelf models.


2 Year warranty perhaps?
Alansmithee4 h, 34 m ago

Why is it in-store? To try and upsell you I guess or flog additional …Why is it in-store? To try and upsell you I guess or flog additional warrenty?


Wrong. I bought an iMac in December on this deal and they couldn’t have been nicer.
Have Apple crap slowed this down as well to sell it cheaper. Does it need a battery changed for a cheaper price. I find it a bit of farce to but to have any Apple products as they are a waste of time..
Good deal, just a shame they put the prices up on some of the MacBook Pro models by £300 in the last couple of days!
karlarmstrong4 h, 22 m ago

Shut up you melt


It was a daft comment but the underlying point is a sound one. Doesn’t make sense to go into debt for something like this. Can hardly argue it is needed.
If you have a Uni student in the family, buy one from here, they come with 4 yr warranties and cheaper - theedustore.co.uk
They are an authorised apple retailer, under XMA Ltd. I will be getting one in a few months, so can't comment on their service
Good deal, I could afford to buy outright but why would you when you can get 0% finance?
ket271 h, 56 m ago

Have Apple crap slowed this down as well to sell it cheaper. Does it need …Have Apple crap slowed this down as well to sell it cheaper. Does it need a battery changed for a cheaper price. I find it a bit of farce to but to have any Apple products as they are a waste of time..


Another android fan throwing his toys out of the pram thinking he is in some underground movement using different OS to iOS.Never had one issue with any of my devices. Let people buy what they want and what they got money for. I am sure there is lot of android related posts here on HUKD so perhaps you should stick to that. Sent from iPhone.(highfive)
ket271 h, 58 m ago

Have Apple crap slowed this down as well to sell it cheaper. Does it need …Have Apple crap slowed this down as well to sell it cheaper. Does it need a battery changed for a cheaper price. I find it a bit of farce to but to have any Apple products as they are a waste of time..


Good luck with your non-Apple alternatives which are powered by witchcraft instead of Lithium batteries.
My girlfriend just had to scrap her Android phone due to the battery crapping out. Meanwhile my older iPhone is working fine. But to each their own.
joelegs6 h, 53 m ago

Waiting for Apple to reduce the prices back down to their normal pre …Waiting for Apple to reduce the prices back down to their normal pre referendum level scenes as the pound has recovered...


Recovered??? looks like the Dollar has dropped rather than pound recovered as the pound has not recovered against other major currencies such as the Euro - I do take your point though.
greenant14 m ago

Good luck with your non-Apple alternatives which are powered by witchcraft …Good luck with your non-Apple alternatives which are powered by witchcraft instead of Lithium batteries.My girlfriend just had to scrap her Android phone due to the battery crapping out. Meanwhile my older iPhone is working fine. But to each their own.


I pass mine down to family members. Still got iPhone 5, fully working with no problems. Had my iPad for 6 years now and still looks mint. Battery capacity went down from 100 to 97%. Regular annual updates etc. I cannot seriously fault Apple. It’s expensive, yes but you get what you pay for.
ket272 h, 28 m ago

Have Apple crap slowed this down as well to sell it cheaper. Does it need …Have Apple crap slowed this down as well to sell it cheaper. Does it need a battery changed for a cheaper price. I find it a bit of farce to but to have any Apple products as they are a waste of time..


Typical “Apple hater” *rolleyes*
Heat added, thanks OP
Igorko36 m ago

Another android fan throwing his toys out of the pram thinking he is in …Another android fan throwing his toys out of the pram thinking he is in some underground movement using different OS to iOS.Never had one issue with any of my devices. Let people buy what they want and what they got money for. I am sure there is lot of android related posts here on HUKD so perhaps you should stick to that. Sent from iPhone.(highfive)


I couldn’t agree more. I’ve used both Android and Apple phones, and I just happen to prefer iOS. Plus, I’ve never had any issues with any of my Apple handsets. I don’t get why the Android users feel such hate and distain for Apple products. Everyone’s entitled to a preference.
DustyJaneway4 m ago

I couldn’t agree more. I’ve used both Android and Apple phones, and I just …I couldn’t agree more. I’ve used both Android and Apple phones, and I just happen to prefer iOS. Plus, I’ve never had any issues with any of my Apple handsets. I don’t get why the Android users feel such hate and distain for Apple products. Everyone’s entitled to a preference.


I have no idea why they hate it so much. I couldn’t care less what people have. It always seem like they have something to say. It has become some sort of trend and its pathetic.
jcluk2 h, 11 m ago

It was a daft comment but the underlying point is a sound one. Doesn’t m …It was a daft comment but the underlying point is a sound one. Doesn’t make sense to go into debt for something like this. Can hardly argue it is needed.


Wow thanks for that.
Alansmithee6 h, 44 m ago

It's interest free credit - where does a stolen credit card feature? That …It's interest free credit - where does a stolen credit card feature? That answer doesn't make any sense.


They do it in store so that they can check ID, ie if it was online how do they know its not some else with your stolen card?
They can also get you to sign the agreement in person, so that some scammers don't just make one payment and once they've got the goods they stop paying, which means they have more comeback to sue you, rather than you (or someone else with your stolen card) just clicking a box saying that you agree to the terms and conditions.
DustyJaneway1 h, 6 m ago

I couldn’t agree more. I’ve used both Android and Apple phones, and I just …I couldn’t agree more. I’ve used both Android and Apple phones, and I just happen to prefer iOS. Plus, I’ve never had any issues with any of my Apple handsets. I don’t get why the Android users feel such hate and distain for Apple products. Everyone’s entitled to a preference.


It’s likely because they feel the need to compensate. While Apple was rewriting the smartphone Android was still busy making an antiquated Blackberry ripoff. Then when Android was starting to catchup Apple practically switched to high resolution screens overnight but it took Android forever to update their OS, developer kits, APIs, apps to a similar standard. Even to this day it’s almost like opting for a freebie knockoff OS from an advertising company comes with penile shrinkage syndrome which they have to over compensate for. Pity because Android has almost matched Apple’s polish but much of their fanbase still behave like toxic trolls on anything Apple related.
daltaf7 h, 38 m ago

Heat for the 0% finance, a shame the Mac specs are so cold


Another person rating computers based on specs. Imo for what most people do these days computers are all pretty capable. Its not like how it was 15 years ago when computers were constantly getting faster as they were too slow to begin with.
Plus you are not just paying for the specs here. I had to tell my friend this as he was talking about my MacBook Pro by only referring to the processor.
Had to remind my friend that its the build quality, heat management systems so it doesn't sound like its about to take off every time you power up, amazing display, sound, keyboard, trackpad with amazing gestures, how thin and nice to hold it is, good quality materials....etc Finally SOFTWARE SUPPORT for many many years to come with updates that you are not having to pay extra for. Plus the amazing customer service from Apple.
IMO if you put all of the above together then really Macs are excellent value for money.
TWD1 h, 31 m ago

They do it in store so that they can check ID, ie if it was online how do …They do it in store so that they can check ID, ie if it was online how do they know its not some else with your stolen card?They can also get you to sign the agreement in person, so that some scammers don't just make one payment and once they've got the goods they stop paying, which means they have more comeback to sue you, rather than you (or someone else with your stolen card) just clicking a box saying that you agree to the terms and conditions.


I feel we are going around in circles - what stolen card? This is for a credit agreement. Even leaving that aside by your logic, no goods would be sold online for credit...
joelegs9 h, 47 m ago

Waiting for Apple to reduce the prices back down to their normal pre …Waiting for Apple to reduce the prices back down to their normal pre referendum level scenes as the pound has recovered...


They will as long as the pound remains stable at this conversion rate, but any adjustment will likely occur when products are refreshed. Apple rarely alters pricing during a cycle.
Hero87859 m ago

Another person rating computers based on specs. Imo for what most people …Another person rating computers based on specs. Imo for what most people do these days computers are all pretty capable. Its not like how it was 15 years ago when computers were constantly getting faster as they were too slow to begin with.Plus you are not just paying for the specs here. I had to tell my friend this as he was talking about my MacBook Pro by only referring to the processor.Had to remind my friend that its the build quality, heat management systems so it doesn't sound like its about to take off every time you power up, amazing display, sound, keyboard, trackpad with amazing gestures, how thin and nice to hold it is, good quality materials....etc Finally SOFTWARE SUPPORT for many many years to come with updates that you are not having to pay extra for. Plus the amazing customer service from Apple.IMO if you put all of the above together then really Macs are excellent value for money.


Resale value, people always forget resale value.

Recently I sold my 2008 13" MacBook for £180 on Gumtree. I paid £899 for it all the way back in 2008 so that 20% "Apple Tax" that people moan about, well I just got it back. And for the last 9 years I had the pleasure of using a machine with high quality build materials instead of the cheap tacky plastic etc that all the other manufacturers use.

Well worth the money, you always get the extra money you spent back on resale.
Edited by: "david_robinson94" 27th Jan
david_robinson941 m ago

Resale value, people always forget resale value. Recently I sold my 2008 …Resale value, people always forget resale value. Recently I sold my 2008 13" MacBook for £180 on Gumtree. I paid £899 for it all the way back in 2008 so that 20% "Apple Tax" that people moan about, well I just got it back. And for the last 9 years I had the pleasure of using a machine with high quality build materials instead of the cheap tacky plastic etc that all the other manufacturers use.Well worth the money, you always get the extra money you spent back on resale.


Thank you for reminding me! That is so true! My late 2008 15in MacBook Pro is still in great working order and according to eBay its worth at least £200 also.

I just hope the Apple moaners read this and stop being so ignorant haha
The problem is that most people who say they love 'Apple products' or hate 'Apple products', actually mean iPhone.

The iPhone isn't all that, average at best, but give Apple some credit - iPads and MacBook Pros are the best in the business.
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